Handmade Copper Bracelet Giveaway!!

Bolstered by the news of having sold some jewelery I’d made, a couple of weeks ago I set up a shop on etsy. That weekend I told my father-in-law. ‘Oh, that’s good’ he said, ‘that way people on your blog can see it’

‘Umm’ says I, ‘I haven’t linked it to my blog.’ Cue father-in-law looking at me a little like I am a couple of sandwiches short of a picnic. So now I have updated my blog and made nicer and added a link to my ‘small but soon to grow’ shop I thought I would do a competition for an annealed copper bracelet to kick things of and celebrate getting things set up! This bracelet is handmade by me and is one that I regularly get compliments on, it really does go with everything. I’ve sold these bracelets to friends previously and have seen a few people re-pin it on pinterest, this was one of the reasons I thought I ought to get a shop set up! 

There are a few ways to enter this competition so you can take your pick for what suits you or enter as many times as you can! The winning entry will be picked on November 21st and I will announce the winner online as well as contacting them for their address. Please note that the bracelet in the photo will differ slightly to the one that the winner receives, this is due to the fact that it is handmade! The heat used while creating it will create a unique blend of blacks, browns, coppers, pinks and oranges, I can promise though that it will look lovely.

Good luck!

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  1. 8th November 2012 / 9:29 am

    What a lovely bracelet – I had no idea you had started an Etsy shop up, will go and have a peek now!

  2. 14th November 2012 / 10:16 am

    Oh I love a good bit of fold forming! This is lovely! And congratulations on opening your Etsy shop. It is hard work writing all the policies and shipping stuff – so well done you! I LOVED your letter to Santa. I’m popping in and catching up after the ‘BIG MOVE’. Now settled in temporary accommodation in Yorkshire.

    • Kate
      14th November 2012 / 2:45 pm

      Aww, thanks 🙂 Hope the big move went well!!

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